During this exciting 6-hour tour of the Mazatlan countryside you will step back in time as you observe the old ways in both lifestyle and work.
Your journey of discovery begins as you travel north of Mazatlan to La Noria, a colonial mountain village. This former mining outpost is now known for its beautiful traditional handicrafts. Watch as artisans fashion leather goods, small coconut purses and more products by hand.
Nearby is the charming village of La Vinata where you can take a special tour of Sinaloa's oldest tequila factory. Learn how agave is harvested and observe how tequila is made both the modern way and with machinery used since the 1800s. Don't leave without enjoying a sample or two of tequila!
Continue to El Quelite, a postcard-perfect example of the Mazatlan Ranchero lifestyle. Stroll along cobblestone streets lined with red-roofed colonial houses, then visit a cock farm with its entertaining roosters.
While here stop at a bakery for a delicious bite of pastry baked in an authentic adobe oven before making your way to a local restaurant to enjoy a typical rural lunch. Afterward, enjoy a walk around the plaza and pop into the local church before you end your day.
If you love history and culture you won't want to miss out on all this tour has to offer, book now!